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Hi everyone,

I'm in the process of claiming bacl almost £5000 from Lloyds Tsb and I am quite a long way down the road already. However this morning I have received a letter from Northampton County Court transfering the case to a court local to me (I'm in Berwick) and ordering that the filing of an allocation questionnaire be dispensed with. It also contains the basisof lloyds defence which looks like the standard stuff.


Does anyone know why I have not been asked to file an allocation questionairre/ I'm concerned that I do not the chance to refute their defence at this stage.


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Hmmm.....maybe the courts are getting wise to their tricks, figuring out it is a waste of court and your time?


I will PM GaryH and ask him to have a look at your thread.

Please note that I am not a legal expert and all advice given is without prejudice and is purely my opinion only.


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Yes, I think Dolly's right - its likely to be becouse the court are dealing with so many claims that are almost much identical and which have precisely the same outcome. There isn't likely to be anything different in your AQ from any of the others, so the court probably considers that it doesn't really need an AQ to assist with allocation.


I would'nt worry about it, its quite unusual but certainly not unheard of for the court to dispense with the AQ's. It just means you won't be able to propose case management directions, thats all, which is hardly the end of the world.


Actually, this might become more common I'd have thought, as the courts get ever more snowed under.

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